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What is the best place to grab a drink in Placencia? With some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, the Placencia Peninsula in southeastern Belize is a popular choice for visitors. Measuring 16 miles north to south but just half a mile wide, the easiest way to get around Placencia is by golf...
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Located just 3-5 hours’ flying time from major cities across North America, Belize is an excellent destination for family vacations. Belize is the only English-speaking country in the region and has a stable and peaceful democracy. One of the greatest challenges for modern parents is finding the time to gather families together away from the...
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Enjoying a guided tractor ride through the lush botanical garden on the Belize Spice and Nim Li Punit Tour.
  The undiscovered jewel of the Caribbean, Belize is home to unspoiled rainforest, white sand beaches and a blend of eclectic cultures. One of the most popular tours in the country is a visit to the Belize Spice Farm and Botanical Gardens. Located in the largely rural Toledo District in Southern Belize, this is an enclave...
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Monkey in a tree
There’s a good reason why the Monkey River Belize has the name that it does, but this pristine watercourse in southeastern Belize is home a wide diversity of plants and animals, including the troops of black howler monkeys that gave the river its name. Here are 5 reasons why you should definitely do a tour...
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Many visitors arrive in Belize unsure about what to expect when it comes to food and drinks. A true melting pot society, the cuisine in Belize is a harmonious blend of Caribbean, British, African, Maya, American, and Mexican culinary influences. Seafood Fishing is an important part of the Belizean economy, and fisherman bring in hauls...
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Garifuna Settlement Day Celebration: Joyous Crowd
While less well-known and flashy as the crowded resort towns of Mexico, the small Central American nation of Belize offers travelers the chance to experience pristine natural beauty, a true melting pot of culture, and some of the most delicious food in the region. Some of the bigger offshore islands in Belize like Ambergris Caye...
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Belize is home to more than 600 ancient Maya sites, but some of the most impressive of these sites are little known to outsiders. Located in Belize‘s far southern Toledo District, these amazing ancient cities continue to astonish and mystify archeologists. Nim Li Punit  Its original name is unknown, but it’s modern Maya name means “Big Hat” because Nim Lim Punit is...
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Rated by National Geographic and the Discovery Channel as the number one sacred cave in the world, Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave was an important religious center for the ancient Maya but was abandoned more than 1,000 years ago. Only rediscovered in the 1980s, ATM Cave has provided archeologists with an undisturbed look into the...
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Local Belize food and drink
Belize, with its fertile soil and abundant fisheries, is rapidly becoming a paradise for foodies. And one of the best places to eat in the country is Omar’s Creole Grub in Placencia Village in southeastern Belize. Simple and unprepossessing from the outside, Omar’s Creole Grub was founded in 1993, making it one of the oldest...
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Underwater view showing ATM Cave entrance from inside.
Officially known as Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, but commonly referred to as the ATM Cave, this vast underground complex offers visitors a fascinating glimpse into the lost world of the ancient Maya. Abandoned more than 1,000 years ago, the ATM Cave was once used by ancient Maya priests to conduct some of their most solemn...
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